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What Does Bullying and Making Fun of Other’s; Got to Do With it?

I have heard a lot of commentary about kids bullying others, and then those same children who could not handle the making fun of any longer; killing themselves or hurting someone.  Many people do not know how much that actually

Remembering Our Fallen Soldiers

Every year, for the last four decades, I can’t help but think of all our fallen soldiers who paid the ultimate price and sacrifice. I can’t help but remember their precious lives and what they gave to our world. Having

Common Courtesy: A Step Up in Communication

What does one think about when writing or sharing written material with other people through Twitter, You Tube, Disaboom, or Myspace.   These modes of communication are to fill and enrich peoples lives, not bring unpleasant experiences. I know how uncomfortable

Promise of the Park

“The Promise of the Park” Friday, February 5th, 2009 REVIEW by Professor of American History Sean Dineen, MA, Kean University, NJ The history of disability inclusion began earlier than you think, although the issue has always been a struggle. We

February is upon us once again…

Were have the days gone? It was Christmas only 2 months ago!  In the hectic lives we all live and lead, we eagerly just keep turning the pages of time.   The moments don’t stop for us, or for our convenience,

A New President in Office

Yesterday, like many of millions of people, I stayed glued to the T.V. watching Barack Obama take the presidential oath. I found myself reflecting back to a time in my past when Martin Luther King Jr. gave his “I had

New Years Reflections

Once again, Sean Dineen has written something for our readers.  Enjoy! “Well, my friends, another year will soon be over.  All of you, have worked, achieved, struggled and triumphed.   My heart is grateful for all of you, for the knowledge

Happy New Year 2009!

For the last thirty days I have been in my warm and cozy  house, celebrating the Holiday Season. I’ve been snuggled up tight as I come down with something quite big.  But despite the cold, flu, and croupy cough,  I

The Lighting of the Candles

For the last couple of weeks, I have thought much of what I wanted to write for this holiday season.  I thought of what I wanted to say and nothing really came to me till right now.  Since I celebrate

Children’s Hospital

This past weekend, I went to visit my great niece in the hospital.  She had a ruptured appendix, and was told to go straight to Rady’s Children’s Hospital of San Diego.  So Sunday, around 11:30 in the morning, my husband